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Keratinocyte as a model system for transcriptional control of epithelial homeostasis and carcinogenic transformation
Keratinocytes are specialized epithelial cells making up most of the stratified squamous epithelia of the mammalian epidermis and oral mucosa. In these epithelial tissues, the keratinocytes are arranged such that the ...
Molecular mechanisms regulating DeltaNp63 expression and function during development and differentiation of mouse skin keratinocytes
The skin is a multilayered stratified epithelium providing a protective barrier against dehydration and pathogenic insult. The transcription factor p63 plays an important role in the development of stratified epithelium ...